Kenya Power Meters Tender Worth Sh740m Goes to Chinese Firm

Electricity sales revenue for customers on prepaid metering is recognised when customers buy electricity units.

Hope for Somalia

UN Official for the horn of Africa visits Somalia and express hope for future

Hearing of the Sh70 Billion Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) Case Resumes

The hearing of the Sh70 billion Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) case which has been pending in court for five year has resumed, coming five months after it stalled when judges disqualified themselves from the matter.

UoN VC Installation Drama Heightens

Employment and Labour Relations Court Judge Maureen Onyango suspended the order issued by Prof Magoha on Friday, which stopped Prof Kiama from taking over as vice-chancellor.

UK-Africa Investment Summit Kick-Off

The UK has amped up its pitch for post-Brexit trade with Africa at the UK-Africa Investment Summit.

Kenya's Economic Growth Reshape

At least seven youths landed plum State jobs on Tuesday when President Uhuru Kenyatta reshuffled his Cabinet.Some of the nominees to the position Chief Administrative Secretaries (CAS) are aged below 30 years.

How Dusit Terror Attack Unfolded

At 14 Riverside Drive, less than five kilometres west of the central business district, life rolls on. But something awful is about to happen that will throw the country into pandemonium and scar the lives of Kenyans forever.

Terror Attack in Kamuthe

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has strongly condemned the heinous killing of its teachers stationed at Kamuthe Primary School in Garissa by suspected Al Shabaab militants.

Moses Kuria Due to Plea in Assault Case

The ruling followed an application by Kuria’s team of lawyers led by Dr John Khaminwa who opposed his plea taking.

Lake Nkunga

About 12 kilometres from Meru Town, off the Meru-Nanyuki highway sits crater Lake Nkunga, once a sacred site for the Ameru.

Garissa Attack

Three teachers were killed in a suspected Al-Shabaab attack in Kamuthe area, Garissa County, in a pre-dawn strike on Monday.

Electronic Admission Fails

Nemis crashes as school use manual list in form one admission

BBI Argument

As this happened Monday, activist Okiya Omtatah moved to court to block President Uhuru Kenyatta from extending the mandate of the task force set up to spearhead it.

AIDS, TB in Control

The global fund — the agency that helps Kenya fight HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria — has given the country sh42 billion to be used up to 2024.

Local Manufactures Trial Zone

Workers mark a section of Thika road ahead of introduction of the bus rapid transit system.

New Cooking Gas Rules

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) suppliers and the national regulatory agency are headed for a conflict following the carrying out of the controversial new cooking gas rules.

Iran Lauches Missiles Targeting US Military in Iran in Revenge Attack

Iran carries a ballistic missile attack in the direction of American Air bases in Iraq, where U.S troops are stationed in retaliation for US killing General Qassem Soleimani.

Learning Paralyzed in Three Counties

Learning has been paralysed in four schools in Kakamega County after parents stormed the institutions and ejected headteachers, accusing them of posting poor results in the 2019 national exams.

Beirut Mass Protests

Clashes between riot police and anti-government protesters in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, have left dozens of people wounded.

Kenya’s Urban Growth

Pan-African housing development financier Shelter Afrique has said that Kenya is urbanizing at a rate higher than the continents average thus putting pressure on access to basic shelter and social facilities.

Legalizing FGM

Three Judge bench reconvenes for hearing on FGM decriminalization

Nairobi Water Shortage

Nairobi residents will continue struggling with water shortages and rationing despite the fact that Ndakaini and Sasumua dams are full following heavy rains in the Aberdares.

Legalizing Weed

Chief government spokeswoman, Dora Siliya confirmed in a statement that the decision had been made at a special cabinet meeting.

Laikipia New County Office

Laikipia County government will shift its headquarters from Nanyuki to Rumuruti, following the completion of Sh60 million offices in the town.

Standing With King Kaka

Activist Boniface Mwangi defends Spoken word Artist King Kaka following Waiguru’s lawsuit threat

Suing King Kaka

Waiguru demands apology from King Kaka, threatens suit

DCI Summons 11 More Over Itare Dam Scandal

Those summoned by Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti are Narok politician Lydia Maskonde, Christine Ndoigo, Chesaina Bartonjo, Julius Lamaoni, Nemuel Machuki, Ewoi Lochom, Samuel Kaaleng, Engineer Kyengo, Barack Amolo and Yatich David.


Mr Kilavuka is the current CEO of the airline's low-cost subsidiary Jambojet.

India Sectarian Laws

Protests spread across India over new citizenship law which excludes Muslims

BO What a Night!

Behind the scenes snaps of Boris Johnson on election night show the hugs, cheers and beers of the Tories’ win